With NBA Elite 11 indefinitely postponed, EA Sports promised to continue supporting NBA Live 10 with a fully updated roster for the 2010-2011 NBA season. All the league's players are included, but there are some features the update won't have.
Just one week before it was scheduled to hit shelves, EA Sports on Monday indefinitely delayed NBA Elite 11 for the Xbox 360 and PS3, indicating that quality concerns raised by the demo's dismal showing necessitated the postponement.
Earlier today, the NBA Live page on Facebook put up that image, and the answer seems to be "What is the new name of EA Sports' NBA franchise?" Correct! I'll take "Potpourri" for a thousand, Alex ...
With at least one potential game of the year exclusively nesting on the Playstation 3 and a price drop under its belt, the PS3 has had a pretty darn good year.
New Halo, new downloadables for Mass Effect, Fallout 3, and Grand Theft Auto, new Forza. It was a pretty good year for Xbox 360 owners.
Because of exclusive arrangements and wide disparities in quality, pro basketball is really the only sports title where there's genuine head-to-head competition. And it's getting nasty between 2K Sports and EA Sports.
The NBA's opening day tomorrow means also the beginning of NBA Live 10's Dynamic Season, in which real-life results are melded with your own gameplay. It also means a sizeable patch release for the 360 version.
Hey, basketball fans. Here's the first trailer for EA's NBA Live 10. As someone who last played an NBA Live game in 95, the series sure has come a long way.